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Found mostly in the central and western regions of the United States, badgers are pests whose digging habits can cause problems in yards and gardens. They are members of the weasel family, nocturnal, and typically keep to themselves.
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Growing up to three feet in length, badgers can weigh in excess of 25 pounds. These pests have distinct white stripes that start at their noses and go back over their heads, sometimes trailing all the way to their hindquarters. Other distinguishing features include short, stocky legs, gray to reddish-brown fur, and black patches on their otherwise white faces.
Badgers have a wide-ranging diet that includes various rodents, ground-nesting birds, lizards, and amphibians. They also feed on carrion, insects, and some plants such as corn. Badgers use their powerful legs and long claws to reach prey under the ground.
Commonly found in fields, pastures, and other open grasslands, badgers dig into the ground to build their dens.